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Perry will be up for reservation on Sat 13/10 she will be taking part in our appointment pilot scheme please contact the centre to book an appointment if you would like to meet Perry...
Hi all my name is Perry I am a 4 month old neutered female terrier cross who is looking for a loving new home can you help?
On my last vet visit the vet found out I had a systolic heart murmur which is causing me no problems at the moment but it will need to be re checked at 6 months by your own vet.
I was originally a case which has now been resolved and I am now ready to start the next chapter of my life.
I am a very friendly active pup with a feisty independent nature.
I am looking for an experienced active training minded home with a family who will offer me a fun and exciting home to keep my brain busy.
My new owner will need to continue my training / socializing.
I love being and about and having all kinds of adventures and I'm hoping my new family enjoy the outside lifestyle as much as I do.
I am suitable to be placed with children 10+ years and other dogs after a slow intro.
For more information on what a good girl I am please contact the centre on 0151 4861706 thank you
- You'll need to take me to training classes
- I could live with children of primary school age
- I can be left alone for short periods
- I may be able to live with another dog
- I may be able to live with a friendly cat
- I'm always on the go
- I love toys and games
Contact the centre or branch about me:
Halewood Animal Centre
R S P C A, Liverpool Animal Centre
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